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Forms beloved, whose memory haunts me

Forms beloved, whose memory haunts me

Author: J. W. Weidemeyer
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: J. W. Weidemeyer

Weidemeyer, John W. Born at Fredericksburg, Virginia, and was of German parentage. He lived mostly in New York City, Brooklyn, and vicinity. When a boy, he wrote anonymously for Horace Greeley's New Yorker, and later contributed poems to various periodicals. In 1865 he published a collection of poems, entitled Real and Ideal and other volumes. --Putnam, Alfred P. (1875). Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith. Boston: Roberts Brothers. Go to person page >

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First Line: Forms beloved, whose memory haunts me
Author: J. W. Weidemeyer
Copyright: Public Domain

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Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith #440

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